New Jersey metal outfit Beyond Dishonor have released a Breaking Bad-inspired music video for their new single “Heisenberg”. Directed by Mitch Martinez, the video features shady laboratories, sleazy executives, and more. You can watch the video after the jump.
Vocalist Reese Dunlap comments, “It’s an obvious homage to one of our favorite pieces of entertainment, but it is wrapped around a stronger metaphor – just as Walt perfects the formula against his better judgement, so too are we forced to find and perfect the formula for notice and respect in this tumultuous industry and genre. That theme is referenced throughout the song, and goes one step further in the video, where we are, in a sense, a victim of this formulaic control. It is only when we have ‘perfected the formula’ that we can finally escape mediocrity.”
Beyond Dishonor will also be releasing a new EP entitled Generations this June. The EP was produced by Andreas Magnusson (The Black Dahlia Murder, Impending Doom). The band is also heading on a short tour and will be supporting Miss May I on several dates. The full touring schedule is below.
4/12 Atco, NJ @ Devlin’s
4/13 Staten Island, NY @ The Full Cup
4/14 Newark, DE @ Mojo on Main
4/17 West Springfield, VA @ Empire w/ Miss May I
4/18 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar w/ Miss May I
4/19 Philadelphia, PA @ Club Risqué
4/20 Trenton, NJ @ Championship Bar w/ Texas in July
4/21 Woodbridge, CT @ Amity Teen Center
4/22 Danbury, CT @ Heirloom Art Theatre with Beyond The Shore/Sylar
4/23 Syracuse, NY @ Three Fat Guys Bar
4/24 Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall
4/26 Lancaster, PA @ Lancaster Convention Center w/ Abandon All Ships at Launch Music Conference
5/6 Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Lanes w/ Whitechapel/I Killed The Prom Queen
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